Here we have a classic case of the "No true Scotsman" Fallacy. The definition of gamer is: "A person who plays a game or games, typically a participant in a computer or roleplaying game." There is nothing about owning at least 100 ps3 games. I've been gaming sice before the playstation one, so quit talking before you embarrass yourself.
If you aren't paying for mortgage then it isn't that much money. You do realize that all this money being spent on games is for entertainment purposes, right? Entertainment is usually 10% (arguably less) of your earnings. I don't even think I spend 300 a year for entertainment. Unless you're making over 20-25 bucks an hour, you're not a very good saver on money.
I am paying for a mortgage, and 150 would be just under 10% of my pay.
Enough judgement, eh?
When the evil Shredder attacks, Those turtle boys don't cut 'em no slack.
I think I have around 175 or so, most of which came through the PSN store. I only have like 15 so disc based games. The majority of my games came through my PS+ account, and that total includes minis and ps1/2 classics that I downloaded on my ps3.